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A Double Wedding Two Cou-, Married.
sins and Two Sisters. j The marriage of Mlv Ksilicr lljnii1. Itathera.i umiMial wedding, two daughter of Mr. and Mn, Thotna C. coiulii. luusMits liitlijMineliuiiie Hrne, formerly prominent In St .lo where tliu iiarenl of the ,rlde uere!'epl'. ' for the lal few rar united In marriage. '.'.I )e.in ago and the Mine minister oillci.itiiig. was that which took place at the country home of Mr. and Mrs. Joshua fliith rle, some four or Hie tidies north of Oregon, at 7 o'clock on Wednesday night. October IV Itd.'l, when Mesr. II. M. tSeliln and (Jeorge K. Derr led to the hymeneal altar the Misses Ina II. and llernlce V. Ciitlirle. Altera hong, "I Know a Loiely Garden," by Mis Ann Klnxtc, and while Miss Jennie Stephenson played the wedding march with rare skill, in the presedcu of the relatives of the contracting parties, on the abovedate, Hanked by the little sister and a little boy cousin of the brides, bearing a ribbon to keep the alignment of thu march, the happy quartette took their place belure the Itcv.T. !. Holi er!, who, by virtue of the authority vested In him as a minister of the gopel. tojk their vow and pro nounced them husbaudsand wives ac corclng to thu ordinance of God and the laws of the commonwealth. The bride are tlicestlmahledaugh ten of Mr. and Mrs. .lo-luia Guthrie. I'.lght here In Moll county the girls were born and reared to womanhood, tinder the guiding Itillueuces of the home, the church and the school and are honored and esteemed for these qualities of hands, head and heart thai are so requMtc in a "Home Maker." Mr. Geh In Is the on uf Mr. and Mr. James Gelvin. formerly of this county, but now living in Arkansas. Mr. I'err is the on of Mr. and Mrs William Derr. of Oregon Moth uf thce excellent )oung men come of highly repccted f.iuillic ami have re ceived that training in the rugged neof farm life that wlhenablethein to take up.in themselves the respond bllltles of life and t nice the re quirement!, of frugal and succef ! providers for the home Ami both couples cxvi In Like up their home littler at once: Mr and lr Gelvln on the farm id Mr Whllaui Million, four .uid a half miles east of Oiegoli And Mr. and Mr- lierr wn be at home on the "Old Ibum- I'l.ice four mile- northval of Oregon And their many friend join Tin. m:nti Nki, In wishing 1 1 tt-iii ever) measure of ucceln life'- strenuous compel ! t loll for the prize of h.we and hull orab'e toll. Thu Mi-ies Gutlille make the lxth pelsju of the second generation that Mr. liiti-rt li had the privilege of uniting In marriage, and an them here In Holt count) Itoth thu father and mother .if a 1 are t III living. After heart) c ,iigr.itii.O Inn trine bride and groom the dining uoui was thrown open and the guest m ihiwi, to one of Hi". i Mini iv dinner that can nut ml. lie iim'iIIhiI. hut )til such as one W'.ii .1 expect tuM on thu table 'l ,i Moll count) Home such a old Holt lerilllt) call fur nl-h and l lie g- d iueii ( the I'l.uie I'urclu-i ' mii piepare to lllei" one' hlgl el eini I s ;i I i eieof tu-tc. Iimi'l .ik tie eiMH. who w.i to much lig.igi-'l t ' n 'lice, but Mime one ele. If i-vei) iie ale of thu good thing jut a If he might never attend and lt down to another dmi ble wt tiding feast The hour came all tim ooii to bid the hot and holt good-night and take our leave ! o congenial and Jo.toii a coiiii.iii.. il Condition Improved. Dr. Long Is now luck home, after an absence ol a few da) In Kansas Clt), iiheru he took treatment for ru ble. The Dneliij wa bitten by Mr. Klllln' dog in i jwii on October l.'l, and on the btli thedtg show etl pro nuiiuccd s.Hiipt -in i't tallies, and was killed the fnllihilng da) The Doctor became alarmed, .uid believing In the old saw that .iiioiluc ol pruic ntutlie beats a pound of cur. , he immediate ly went to Kansas ( i i Saturday of last week, and placid ldmelf In thu care of Dr. I . .1 II m. wh i manufac ture the I'.isleur I! title lleiuedy, who gave him immediate treatment, and which itqulus 1U1., in '.q dais, and Isglieiihypodermlcali). The Doctor after t'uiergency trealineiit. ret Hilled, Willi the teiired inedlcllie. and I iiui uslii il,,- tre.ttineiii, and feel tli.lt II wl,l eradicate the rabies polon from his )lein, and believes It I a poslllvu preventative against rabie, and thus far III recognized by all those posted on thu subject to b the only known posltlu' cure II Is also claimed that an) one win' has inner been bitten can be inoculated with the I'asteur llables Itemed), and will thus become Immune for life. Thu Duotor thinks Ids prompt action In the matter will relieve him from any danger or the rabies. The newest styles In the popular Matlasse Patterns are on saleat purstore.;They lust arrived Wedne'sdayyts lesiot'liis n timaiia. 10 wiiimiii i h. Kcrald, of Tro.i, X. V.. took place In Omaha, Neb., Saturday morning. Oct. I, lW.'l. Thu ceremony wan pur- formi'd In Si. John Collegiate church, and wa followed by a wedding break fast at the home of the brides par ent.. Mr .locph lljrne was the matron of honor, and little Mlv Itet tic I'axton the llower girl. Iloberl McCarthy, of Troy, tried a Uv man. The out Of town nut!'' In cluded Mr. iml MN. l.vx llyrne, MlM Julia II) me, Mlto Jiyrothy llyrne, Col. .lohn t)onoan, of St. .losvph, and Mr. and Mrs, ('. I'. X.ook and daughter, Mlsi Marvof Oregon, Mo, Mr. llyrne, the'father of the bride, will be remcmbeml by many of our husliietft men, In Unit. county, haling irai.tioti oui 01 x, joicpn lor man) pifv. r,ir llii. .tnlin S. Ilrlltnln t)ri- iioods (,'u., and 'afterwards was a member of thu wholesale dry goods fl nil of Itlchard-oii, KohertHin ,V llirne. of M. .loseiib. He Is now at the head of the tlrm of liyme-IIam- mi; r Ilrv Goods Co.. of Omaha, in which Mr. ('. I), Zook. of this city, is Interested, Quite o Surprise. Lincoln llucher reached Ids I'.ith mllepost Wednesday of last week, Oc tober l'i, lu'J. and he wasn't the oiili- one that knew It. fur his brothersand sisters, aunt and uncle, and cousins and nephew knew It, and thev con cluded to prove It. and they bunched together, tilled their basket witli good things to eal. and Just went into hi home, in the evening, took possession, spre-d the table, and thev had a glorious lime, i .it Inf. talLlm.' titi,tiii,. .it . r i..i." ..... i ' . n JI- III! a ., , ..... sure surprised, and was made happyu,,J r,'"i" b) their coming game before long We May Not Make Customers of All Our Friends But We Do Make Friends of All Customers Koock's $3.75 and $5.00 Boys' Suits Are Making Lots of Customers and Friends all at onetime SPECIAL FOR SATURDAY 150 pairs Boys' Good Winter School Shoes from $1.00 to $1.88 Worth More-Just a Special for Saturday. A Nice Compliment. The Savannah llasketball team that came to town Monday, and pla.ied a "practice game" with our home team, went home with all the honor, and In addition loud in I heir nralse of the treatment accorded them 'on every hand by the Oregon player. Wherever tliuy went, or whom they met the glad hum I, and the most re lined, cordial, gracious treatment was 1 accorded them. They were given a lunch before pla)llig, at the Inline of Mr. Vincent, and after the game the das gave them a full meal at the school house. The chaperone for the avauuah team tells us that "Il was their fourth gamu from home, and never In a single Instance were they acc.iideil such a cordial and gracious rt u initio. D was inn only a great pleasure to b winners of the game, bill equally a great a pleasure to be the guestsof I he most gracious bunch of basket but girls to bu found anywhere thu Oiegon llasketball team." A Loyal Meeting. The Hickory Township Sunday! school convention was held at New Point. Sunday, October 1U, ltd.'l, Al though thu day was cold and gloomy, yet there was a largu crowd out, both forenoon and afternoon, Thu diifer etit topics were well handled by the speakers and good Interest was mani fested by the large audience. Thu following onicrs fur thu ensu ing year were elected: 1'resldent, John l'eters; Secretary. Miss Mae Hot kin; Treasurer, Geo. W. I'ralswater; Corresponding Secretary, Mrs. II. V. I'ralswater. j;.. C'ommittke, " ' i ' ,i, O. H. S. Girls Lose. Ilefore a large crowd of spectators, the Oregon High school girl' basket ball team lost their opening game to the Savannah High choo' girls here, Mouda). by an overwhelming score of '."i to 'J Although a one sided score the game was clean and Interesting,1 and as the score would indicate. Sa vannah put up a good, fast game 'throwing II Held goals and one free goal, and the team work of their for wards was especially noticeable and featured the game. The Savannah team certainly show the able coach ing nf Miss Imnaway. They have pla Jed tlve games and have won thein all. Mis Valle Deglow, Oregon's little back center, starred for thelocil team. This was the tlrst game anyof the Oregon girls-luvu ,pla)ed, audi while baill) beaten this will probably benettt them, more, than :i .victory causing them to settle down to 1.000, hard practice, MIsLoralne King lias lieen coaching the team and undcrher able coaching we expect to see her make a winning comliln.it Inn out nf the bunch. The line-ups: Savannah I'osltluu tregon IC. King . ..i:. Kutikel . K.I Undo .V. Deglow ..M. Vincent II. Womack ...M. Ktsk X. Dillon S.Oorc. M. Klrby . A. Vonktrs. II. Crosby.. K. Saw)er. . H.MalltKHl .It 1'. I". ,tr. .IIC It G. L.O. Sub. ..Sub. The Savannah tcamwaschnpcroncd by Superintendent Iv ('. Mohan and Miss liunaway. Their team Is cer tainly made up of a line bunch of .voting ladles (good looking, too and all who witnessed the game are hoping return here for another Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Higgins Sur prised. A complete and pleasput surprise occurred at the home nf Mr. and Mrs. Joseph lllggliio, of this city, on Sun day, October IS, when four automo bile load of relatlie and friends from Forbes, Holt county, of this state, came In to spend the day with them. Shu had gone to church, as is her custom, and Just as the services wvru beginning she was Informed by one of the party that she was wanted at Inline, that there were about thirty there for her to piepare dinner for. You can well Imagine her look of sur prise at till hit of startling news. Hut nothing daunted she started for home, nut thinking of the number ili miisl out illiiner for. hut of it lint I fcw , Mlul shurl . , ,,..... ..,1,i.P ulr,,i,, -.-.it...l her, fur thu good people of lloltcoun ty do not believe, In doing thingslalf way, and had comu with baskets and hove groaning with good thing to eat. After all had partaken heartily of a most sumptuous dinner, they were entertained witli music till late In the evening, when all departed for home, wishing that Mr. and Mrs, Hig gins might bu sparetl to enjoy many moru such happy occasions. The following are thu names of those present: Mr. and Mrs. F. L. Stout and faml ly, Jessie, Minnie, Gildle, Kdgar, Herble, Harold and F.thyelStout; Mr. and Mrs. M. i Dick and son, Audra; Mr. andilrs. Henry Deglow and fam ily, Illldla, llaTry, Valle and Law rence Deglow'; and Miss Minnie Zellff, (all'or Forbes)' '.l -u i Co. They Will Stop. ! Mr. Moure, of the Oregon lntcrur-j ban Hallway Company, ha given or-, tiers to the conductors of the motor car to top. on signal, at Gieeiie' Crolng. Ad.ilph's Croslng. Ilteves'i Croslug and liavl' Millch, to lake on or let oil p.ietiger, but lt not stop at any point, except Iavt' Switch, when ulng the locomotive with a mixed train Mr. Moore end up his order. md In structions to (he conductor as follow : "It Isjntir aim to accommodate, the travelling public, when It I"poUhY 10 do so without loss," We would advise eier) oneAiho de sires to have an) train stop t'tu Lake them on at any of the aboved tamed points to telephone the Oregon Depot Agent. Don Morgan, twenty mlnntcs before time for train to leave; -' I a1 Ten S(erVTen Prizes. I Ten steers exhibited by, the College of Agriculture of 'tbcJ'riilvstrttlty of Missouri at the Missouri State Fair, Scdalla. made a record of winnings twhlch ha never been equalled at that show . Kscli animal shown won a tlrst prle. (.'iiecn'sCotincllor, a Shorthorn calf, ralsetl on the Agricultural Col lege farm, not only won tlrst prle In lilsclass. but alsowaschatiiplon ofthe Shoitliorn breed, and was made grand champion steer of the show. The total number of prlresawarded were ten tlrst prle lo Individual '.eer: two llrt prle for steer herds: three champion iirle for Shorthorn. Aberdeen Angus.arid Gallon ay breeds; and grand champion steer prle ofthe show All of the animals will be re turned to the College of Agriculture. The) will housed liiglving Instruction in animal htisbandrv sublects In the Short Course which liegln till )ear, ovemler .1. itM.i, fl fliffl A Barrier lo the Wood Piie and Coal Scuttle Vou nit u hit .-h1 ur fn rotl n, Isiiiait tlic nmth n. comlmtln )uyl hunir, Great Western Duplex Tlif wtv lct itmj nI rutiMirttrr ttr IMftilr, llul.trtg lirr ilnmlwr miwmI Mtily put tnrnuvh Urtcr rrid (l.tor, t)iiitt tttai Ut lmri teliil turf ate for liuriiini HiMxtt wl.ris frtfMrO, tipru bait for LuiDJQg tv. Iniini it toJy Robert Smith Hardware Co, OrcK"ii Mo, Miss Minnie Haines, Mr. and Mrs. Otho Higgins and children, Klnlth and Mary Kathleen, of this place. Mr. and Mrs. Illgglns have made their home In I'nlou Star for some time and both are held in high es teem by the people of this place. A FlttKN'U. Herald, Union Star, Mo. Mr. and Mrs. Otis Taylor, of Hickory township, weru .visiting rela tives, in .noiina v-uy, issieef.. ,i Educational. News. lllV KAIIt. A. IIIK-'K. I'lir.STV sI'I'IM The teachers' meeting held at Knr et Clt) . last S.itiuda), was well al tended by teacher, but very few pattous were present. 'I he meeting was a succe an took an active part and much benefit na derlied there from. The net' count), meeting will he heul al lllgelow. thu third Saturday ' In Xovember. The Fall Association . will be held at Mar) vllle. Oclolier :;u,' 11, and November . A good pro-1 gram ha been arranged, and with out a doubt the meeting will be great. Hull county teachers will tlnu It more convenient to go tn II it r llngtou Junction, Wednesday even ing on the Vllllsca train, which ar rives at th Junction utxnit suu-n-thirty, and take the Wabash lo Maryvllle, which arrives there about ebht fort)-M3Veii that evening. Con nections cannot le made If )ou go on the V'llllsca In the morning. ''tl)c 'examination question fur the third quarter hive been sent the .oayr. Kxautluallon will be given the last week or thu quarter, and grades will be sent to the par ents. I'arcnts are requested to ex amine the card, and If a child has a low ratlnir, confer wltli the teacher concerning the cause and assist In removing It, Miss Josephine Wilson, at Xortli Center, report that the board has put a new Hour In the school room, papered and painted the woodwork, and purchased a new stove. They are to be commended for these val liable Improvements. She also re ports a good school spirit, good en rollment and attendance. Mis Gertrude Strobcl and pupils at Franklin, gavu a box- supper last Friday evening, and earned about thirty-live dollars, which they will use to purchase agricultural equip meiit and library books, The board halt- papered, painted anil hunt a vestibule to the house. Mr. Clara Maiipln. at Mailluwer, report that her pupils are doing ex cellent school work and that all have a good school spirit. She also re ports that the ho.ud ha built a ce ment porch n'ld made other needed Improvements. Protective Association Call. To the uieintn-rstif thu Oregon Pro tective Association, Xo. u.'l: A meeting Is hereby called at I lie I. o, O, F. hall, at Oregon, Mo., Satur day, Xovember 1st, al J p. in., forthe purKseof exempl) fylng the work and receiving nuw member, as it is under Stood Hut quite a number wish lo oln. Dr. J. T. Thatcher has Just re- milieu iroiu a meeting on ne Associa tion held al Hiawatha, Kansas, Octo ber llth, and ha the new work. Any member who ha anyone to propose for memlH-rshlp will please present thu samu In It. ('. Henton, Chas, Cowan, J. T. Thatcher, or any other member of the Association, with an Initiation fee of fl.ou. The following It a llt of memlier, and we request each of ion toattelid: Chas, Aliselmenl Joshua Adolph Jacob lluelier Dan'l. Hurrlcr Hugh llrohan A. II. Halle) James Curtis ('ha. Cowan A . J Carson Kd l uhrmau lieu (itelner K, W Ileatlley Itlley Hulatt Sam i. Hughes T O, Kreek T. II. Kyger 1'. A Landers Joseph Murray .1. It Milne D.M. Martin A.O. Mclnt)ru Fred Markt.Sr. Chas. i:. Xnlaiid (lOttllcbOlt Win. Fennel Harvey I'rotlli Sid X. Ilussel W.C. Stephenson Allien Seeinan Frank Sutton W. K. Siinmons OneiiSoileii J. T. Thatcher .las. A. Williams W. II It. C. Ilcnton .1. II. Ilrowu .las. (fain lien. W. Cotten Henry C Cook W. A. S. Derr Dan'l. 1 'ul i r man C. K. lilhsoii W. S. (illford (ico. W. Hlbbanl Dan'l. Hulatt John M. Milliard Kd Murray Albert Mark! II. F. Morgan Sol A. Me)er Chas. McAfee W. A. Martin .las, T. Xnland II. i:, I'erel C. A. 1'atterson Oeo. W. 1'rotllt W. It, lllsk John llamsay W. II. Spark I'hll. Schlnthauer (ico. Stephenson i Tier Mpe.s ,ir. J. K iaior Henry Wul ootl Thereru lias been considerable pelt v ihluilng going on in this vicinity, anil hi a thorough organization of both business men and farmers tliNcan lie, slopped. With our well established st stem of lelephonu communication, Mr Thief can bu made to answer to thu otTcndcil law. Hand In vour names and become Iduntlliud with our Association. .1. T. Tll.VTt'llKll. Cn.vs, Ciiwan. Sccretarv. ' President. Onudhlrd off on all untrlmmcd ' Shapes and Fancy Feathers. Special prices on Itlbbon during tliu resi of October. Special prices on Trimmed1 Hats this week and next at Mil. K. A. Xktiikui.and'h. Those New Diagonal Bouche Coats In drape back and round corner for the young ladles came In Wednesday, tet&r SEE THEM' while as sdftment Is good. t,vr.r. ;nSj'KREEIlJlHArfC How ikt a Player Piano For ' These Long, Cool Fall andWinler Evenings Now About Here? No doubt, you could spend many a happier evening with a good PLAYER PIANO to assist. Not only the evenings, but the days will soon be cold, and you will spend most of your time in doors, at home. Now, on the Square, don't you think that "Life is too Short" to do' without these things that afford you so much pleas ure and enjoyment when they are within your reach? I have a Line of Player Pianos that are EASY to play; in fact THE VERY EASIEST. Also a Fine Line of Pianos and Victrolas COME IN AND SEE AND HEAR ALWAYS GLAD TO SHOW THEM. CareyE.Bunker Pianos, Player Pianos, Victrolas, Jewelry, Etc., Oregon, Missouri.